Revel’s point of sale and business solutions provide a native cloud technology platform that is at the heart of our clients’ businesses. The Revel platform helps restaurants and retailers deliver a better customer experience, diversify revenue streams, and scale their businesses with ease. The Revel Essentials™ solution, which has been deployed at thousands of customer locations, is designed for the needs of small chains.
The Revel Enterprise® solution is tailored for large chains and leads the industry with a broad footprint of national, big brand customer implementations. Revel is committed to client success and strives to be a people-first business, leading with integrity and transparency. For more information call (415) 744-1433.
Leslie LeafChief Customer Officer
Dan MaddenChief Financial Officer
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Welsh, Carson, Anderson & Stowe
Welsh, Carson, Anderson & Stowe ("WCAS") is a leading Private Equity firm focusing on investments in information/business services and healthcare.
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Sean Tomlinson is a Gold Coast-born entrepreneur who has acted as a Director and Advisor of Revel Systems since June 2013.
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Revel’s Lithuania Office Receives European Union Funding
In conjunction with structural assistance from a European Union-funded project, we continually invest in the personal and professional development of our Lithuania-based employees, ensuring they have the qualifications and skills needed to succeed.
The project (No. 09.4.3-ESFA-T-846-01-0124) is partially funded using the European Social Fund according to the 2014-2020 European Union fund investing action plan “Education of society and increasing the potential of human resources” (No. 09.4.3-ESFA-T-846).
The grant is valued at 386,797.52 euros. Of that total, 50 percent is funded by the European Union, while the other 50 percent is funded by Revel. The project launched on January 30, 2019 and funds will be exhausted on January 30, 2021.